Nuestras Noches

Latino Alliance

Join the CSO Latino Alliance for its ninth season, filled with networking events and the sounds of Latin jazz, a superstar opera tenor and additional classics showcasing world-class talent.

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noche alegreTHURSDAY, MAR 30
Noche Alegre
7:30 PM concert
9:30 PM postconcert reception in Grainger Ballroom
Location: Symphony Center, 220 S. Michigan Ave.

Enjoy a postconcert dessert reception with Spanish guitarist Pablo Sáinz-Villegas, who in his 2019 CSO debut thrilled with “the profundities of his art,” along with “the sheen of his tone and the nobility of his rhythms,” wrote the Chicago Tribune. Sáinz-Villegas joins the CSO in two pieces with bright Mediterranean character.

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About the Latino Alliance

The CSO Latino Alliance is a liaison and partner that connects the CSO with Chicago’s diverse community by creating awareness, sharing insights and building relationships for generations to come. The group encourages individuals and their families to discover and experience timeless music with other enthusiasts in concerts, receptions and educational events.

Latino Alliance members enjoy access to exclusive special events and ticket offers. See below for details on how to become a member, concert ticket offers, Latino Alliance events and more.

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